Confused about what’s going on with Jakarta EE? This interview series is meant to help you navigate through all the changes and understand where it’s headed, as well as how Jakarta EE plans to become the new home of cloud-native Java. Our 23rd guest is Mark Little, vice president of engineering at Red Hat.
PHP is a cornerstone of the modern internet, with 80% of sites using it. Now, as the end of life for PHP 5.x version gets closer and closer, a whopping 62% of the internet is estimated to be vulnerable to looming security issues.
Every Monday we take a step back and look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. Last week may have been pretty chill news-wise, but we, at JAXenter, definitely did not have a chill week! In addition to the JAXmag coming out last Tuesday, we had JAX London 2018 going on and it was an absolute blast!
Project Valhalla has been around for more than four years but now that Oracle has a much richer base to build on, they’re ready for Phase III. Their next target is L2 and L10 is the target for a first preview. Let’s have a closer look at the state of Project Valhalla.
“DevOps is the new normal, cloud is the new infrastructure & Kubernetes is the new operating system”
We are now witnessing the democratization of DevOps. This concept seemed to be an unattainable goal until recently but now it has become the new normal. Digital transformations are a must and job descriptions are slowly changing as developers will have to increase their “operational” awareness. We talked to Sacha Labourey, CEO and founder at CloudBees about all this and more.
JDK 11 is here but that’s no excuse to chill! The tech world is moving fast and we’re in for the ride! The JDK 12 development repositories are open and we thought it’s time to start a new thread in order to keep track of everything that’s going live. Today we present two more JEPs targeted to JDK 12 and we see the implementation of JEP 341 been pushed into jdk/jdk repository. Let’s take a closer look.
New Java release, new series! This time, we invited nine Java experts to share their best and worst experiences with Java 11, the hacks they discovered so far, their tips & tricks and more. The series is coming to an end but not before we ask our experts one last question: How much do you care about Java 11?
JAX London’s keynotes and sessions might be over, and the last workshop day is about to come to an end but the knowledge we gathered from our amazing speakers as well as from all of you who attended is endless! With this recap, I will try to give you a small taste of all the wonders that took place at JAX London 2018.
Angular v6 focuses on the toolchain and on making it easier to move quickly with Angular in the future so we’re excited to see what Angular v7’s “theme” will be. But until then, let’s focus on what we do know: the release candidate phase is in full swing.
JAX London is in full swing and we’re having an absolute ball. Today, we’re going to discover the dos and don’ts of software architecture in this interview with JAX London speaker Michiel Rook.
“A shared code base serves as an excellent way of concurrently building a standard for coexisting on a blockchain”
Blockchain has matured over the last year, but it is still a nascent technology. We talked to Brian Behlendorf, Executive Director of Hyperledger about this initiative’s next plans and goals with blockchain, the most exciting areas for this technology and more.
JAX London Day 1 is over! During this amazingly rich day, we gathered a lot of knowledge and wisdom from the interesting and educational keynotes and sessions. Tips, tricks, crucial advice, important clarifications – we have it all! Let’s have a closer look at the key takeaways from JAX London Day 1!
Have you adopted serverless and loved it, or do you prefer containers? Are you still unsure and want to know more before making a decision? This JAX Magazine issue will give you everything you need to know about containers and serverless computing but it won’t decide for you. Dig in!
Are you ready for JAX London 2018? To get in the zone for this week’s excitement, we talked to JAX London speaker Tracy Miranda about the misconception around software reliability and how serverless will change in 2018.